Infrared photographyI dedicated this article to infrared photography because I rarely see anyone experimenting with it, which is a shame as some stunning photographs can be made in this invisible world. If you need some motivation, scroll down and look at examples in this article. They're far from being representative for all of IR photography, but they may be enough to get you interested.Infrared photography by blushark
I'll talk about shooting infrared on digital SLRs, as I don't expect anyone already shooting IR film needing any help so all examples you will see were shot with Canon EOS 300D. You can apply most of this to compact digital cameras which can carry filters (or to all compacts if you're willing to hand-hold the filter in front of the lens).
IR filters - distinction
IR stands for infra-red. Just saying "infrared filter" is somewhat imprecise because today exist two kinds of filters that deal with this part of spectrum.
First kind are IR-block (a.k.a. low-pass) filters which block IR wavelengths. Virtually all dig
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